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Steelers take a hit by the Flyers

Leading up to this competition, both the Steelers and Flyers were coming off of winning streaks,  but tonight that would come to and end for one of these teams.
Steelers took an early one goal lead in the first and carried it through to midway in the second, when Winkler tied it up.

The score would only increase by one a piece, but stay as a 2 – 2 tie through regulation.  The Flyers would answer the call, putting one passed the Steelers goaltender, just over a minute into the extended time and making the final score 3 – 2

In net for the Steelers was, Austin Deboer, who stacked up for 36 saves of 39 shots taken.

Steelers goals made by; Cole Wigestrand ASST: Jordan MacFarlane, Eric Krywy.  Blake Burr ASST: Jordan MacFarlane, Eric Krywy

Daerwood School was there to sing the national anthem
Ceremonial puck drop by our game day sponsors Telus/4L Communications, Ashley with game day manager Lee-anne and the team captains